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Palestinians, Israel police clash at Al-Aqsa mosque; dozens hurt

Palestinian worshippers clashed with world-regions police late Friday at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, a major holy site sacred to religion and religion, in an escalation of weeks of violence in Jerusalem that has reverberated across the region. The Palestinian Red Crescent emergency service said 136 people were wounded in clashes with police there and elsewhere …

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Iran nuclear deal: High-level talks resume on US returning

World powers held a fourth round of high-level talks Friday in world-regions aimed at bringing the United States back into the nuclear deal with conflicts, with both sides signaling a willingness to work out the major stumbling blocks. The talks began in early April, and Russian delegate Mikhail Ulyanov tweeted …

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro suggests coronavirus made in lab to wage 'biological warfare': reports

world-regions President Jair Bolsonaro has caused another international stir by claiming that infectious-disease was created as part of “biological defense,” according to reports.  Bolsonaro has taken controversial stances throughout the pandemic, at times warring with his own governors over restrictions or speaking out and being critical of China.  His latest …

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Colombia protests see at least 24 dead after 1 week

regions entered its eighth day of us-protests” target=”_blank”>protests< employing severe crowd-control methods and drawing criticism from the international community as deaths and arrests pile up.  It’s currently estimated that at least 24 people have died, with some estimates closer to 30 deaths overall, including both civilians and police officers. Human …

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Historic Mexican church rises from lake after 40 years

A 19th-century church has risen from the waters of a central world-regions lake after being submerged for decades — the result of a recent disasters that is plaguing the region. The Church of the Virgin of Dolores disappeared in 1979 when the Purisima Dam was built and buried the colonial …

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UN chief looks set for reelection as challengers face long odds

The job of the united-nations” target=”_blank”>United Nations secretary< is up for grabs again, but so far there’s only one officially qualified candidate for the job — the current secretary-general — despite a number of others looking to shake things up at Turtle Bay. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who took the post in …

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Iran releases chilling fake video showing US Capitol blow up after attack

conflicts has reportedly released a chilling propaganda video depicting a fake attack by its Republican Guard blowing up the capitol-protests” target=”_blank”>US Capitol.<according to the Washington Free Beacon. “The Americans have been for years deeply saddened by the Islamic republic’s influence, and they were angry with General Soleimani for this reason …

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